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Hi I'm Nick Huld

I love physics, the outdoors, and my family. I'm a son, a brother, a child of God, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a recent high school graduate with plans to attend Utah State University to study Electrical Engineering. I have recently become very interested in physics and electronics, and I have always loved the outdoors. Soldering and kinematics problems are just as exciting to me as backpacking and hiking throughout the Lord's wonderful creations. My friends have the biggest influence in my life and I enjoy hanging out with them as often as I can. Classic Disney and some soft rock are the path to the soul. I love to be ridiculous and crazy, but I work hard in school, at work, and in all aspects of my life to be my very best;thanking the Lord for the talents that he has blessed me with. I am now serving a mission in the México Tijuana Mission for two years!

Why I am a Mormon

When I was eight years old, my mother, and I were living in Okinawa, Japan on an Air Force base where my stepfather was stationed. My stepfather had been raised Mormon, but joined the Army and had since stopped attending. While he was deployed to the Philippines, some of our best friends invited us to a church barbecue where we met with a lovely senior missionary couple; with whom we agreed to meet. After several of the missionary discussions, my mother and I decided to be baptized, and did so in October of 2003. However, after being baptized, I was not able to attend church very often until I was able to drive. During my freshman and sophomore years of high school, I felt that I was struggling socially. I did not even feel like I knew how to talk to people or how to make friends anymore and drifted from class to class lacking a true identity. I did not really know who I was or what I stood for. It was not until my junior year when I was constantly shown the love of Christ through learning his teachings that I was able to discover who I was and who I would become. I am a disciple of Christ because of His love for me. As I have studied the teachings of Christ and the Book of Mormon, I have come to know of their value and truth through prayer to my Father in Heaven. I have received a special witness of Jesus Christ, of the Book of Mormon, and of the Prophet Joseph Smith. I am Mormon because I cannot deny the incredible joy that I feel from this, Christ's church.

How I live my faith

To live my faith each day, I try to follow the example of the Savior, Jesus Christ. Working to serve my fellow men and to love them accompanies an endless joy that can be found nowhere else in this life. I attend early morning classes to learn more about the life of Jesus Christ and all that is contained within the Old Testament, New Testament, The Book of Mormon, and The Doctrine and Covenants. Such classes give me a deeper knowledge of the doctrine that I live each day. I carry out my duties as an Aaronic priesthood holder by blessing the sacrament in remembrance of the Atonement and of my covenants with my Heavenly Father. I am asked to fulfill leadership callings as well as callings to teach and visit those in my ward to help with their needs. The Mormon church encompasses a convivial community that is always willing to help and support those within it as well as those without. The Lord's church is one of service and that is how I try to live; serving as often as I can and loving those whom I serve.

Is it true that Jesus appeared in North America after his crucifixion and resurrection according to the Book of Mormon?

Nick Huld
In John 10:16, Jesus Christ says: "And other sheep I have, which are not of this fold: them also I must bring and they shall hear my voice; and there shall be one fold, and one shepherd." Jesus Christ appeared in the Americas to his "other sheep." The Book of Mormon speaks of Jesus Christ's appearance to them several days after an incredible darkness and shaking of the earth (invoked by the crucifixion). He did in fact appear to the people in the Americas and give them the same teachings which he had given to his people as written in the Old and New Testaments. Show more Show less